Project management firm Greyfriars has opened new city centre offices due to significant growth.

The Norwich-based company hosted an event on April 19 to celebrate its move to Queens Road and to recognise its development.

Director of Greyfriars Project Management, Jon Barnard, said: “It’s brilliant to bring everyone together and mark the start of a new chapter in our company story.

"It seems like just yesterday that we moved to our previous offices, but having expanded to a team of 15, this move is much needed.”

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Greyfriars, which has quadrupled in size in four years, works with big-name clients in public, private and charity sectors.

The company's growth strategy has a three-year vision of a sustainable 50pc expansion.

The new, larger office offers the space needed for their increasing team and upholds the commitment to providing top-tier project management services, a promise that has been instrumental in the company's success since it was founded in 2018.

Key clients have included National Highways, National Trust and Norfolk County Council.

Mr Barnard said: “This office move is part of our continued commitment to investing in our people.

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"We’ve invested in a bigger space, as well as the equipment and infrastructure needed to support a growing team and provide everyone with the tools and training they need to do a fantastic job for our clients and the community.

“The central location of our new office is perfectly situated to allow us to get even more involved in community-engagement activities.

"Plus, it means we’re easily accessible on foot and via public transport, which is not only good for staff and visitors, but kinder to the environment too.”